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Warning letters are part of a joint effort to protect youth from dangers of nicotine and tobacco products and part of FDA’s new Youth Tobacco Prevention Plan FDA News Release | May 1st, 2018 As part of ongoing efforts to protect youth from the dangers of nicotine and tobacco products, today the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued 13 warning letters to manufacturers, distributors, and retailers for selling e-liquids used in e-cigarettes with labeling and/or advertising that cause them to resemble kid-friendly food products, such asRead More
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Localities across the country are attempting to curtail access to electronic cigarettes in the name of protecting public health, but experts are warning such policies undermine gains made in reducing the smoking rate. Steve Birr | October 19th, 2017 The R Street Institute, a free-market think tank based in Washington, D.C., argues in a report published Monday that policies restricting vaping will result in less smokers ditching the habit for alternative, and safer, technologies. While researchers argue legislation aimed at cutting down on the use of combustible cigarettes is admirable, they cautionRead More
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The role that electronic cigarettes and vaporizers may play in helping smokers quit gained another research boost last week. By Richard Craver | August 23rd, 2017 Researchers at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health and the Rutgers School of Public Health determined that 52 percent of daily e-cig users in a study had quit smoking in the past five years, compared with just 28 percent of adults who had never tried e-cigs. Researchers said it was one of the first studies “to reveal the patterns of cessation prevalence among e-cigarette usersRead More
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A married Plainfield couple is suing two Joliet vape shops, alleging batteries purchased there for an e-cigarette exploded and caught fire- By Steve Schmadeke | June 28th, 2017 In the husband’s pants pockets, leaving him with second and third-degree burns and hurting their love life. Scott Schroeck’s wife, Denise, alleges in the suit against Rockin Vape, Tobacco Zone and battery manufacturer LG that she lost her husband’s companionship after the June 12 incident. The negligence and product liability lawsuit filed in Cook County circuit court this week alleges the batteriesRead More
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Whether the “skyrocketing” use of electronic cigarettes can help smokers quit tobacco use or lure youth and adults back to nicotine is a question up for debate locally. By Jim Newton | March 24th, 2016 Lea Bacci, an assistant addiction prevention coordinator with the Lake County Health Department, said that a Centers for Disease Control study from 2011 through 2015 found that e-cigarette use by youth had tripled during that time period. Bacci said that is discouraging, especially at a time when youth smoking has been trending downward. Bacci saidRead More
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Lawmakers in Olympia will consider legislation this week that would tax e-cigarettes and vaping just like other tobacco products. By Amy Moreno | March 20th, 2017 The products are relatively inexpensive, and one state lawmaker says the industry hasn’t been paying its fair share. Representative Gerry Pollet says the e-cigarette and vape industry “grew under the radar” in recent years and they haven’t been paying the same taxes as other nicotine products. Pollet says he wants them to be considered “tobacco products” under the law and face the same taxesRead More
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Allegheny County Council on Tuesday decided to ban the use of electronic vapor devices in public indoor places. By Dan Majors | March 7th, 2017 The controversial ban, which was approved in an 8-5 vote, relegates the use of e-cigarettes and handheld vaporizers to the same status as tobacco products, forbidden in locations such as schools, government buildings, sports stadiums, restaurants and similar spaces. The measure, which was supported by the Allegheny County Board of Health and county Executive Rich Fitzgerald, will take effect once Mr. Fitzgerald signs it intoRead More
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Vaporizers and e-cigs may seem like dorky alternatives to old-fashioned cigarettes- By Miles Klee | February 22nd, 2017 but here’s something undeniably cool about them: They expose users to far fewer carcinogens. This month, Cancer Research U.K. published one of the only long-term studies to date comparing vaping to smoking cigarettes, and their conclusions certainly seem like good news for anyone who has made or is thinking of making the switch from smoke to vapor. According to the analysis of saliva and urine from 181 participants with varying nicotine habits over a time period of at least six months, e-cigs can drastically cut the amount of toxinsRead More
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Teens who “vape” in high school are at increased risk for using tobacco cigarettes in the future, a new study found. By Rachael Rettner | February 7th, 2017 The study discovered that teens who use electronic cigarettes, a practice also referred to as vaping, in the 12th grade were four times more likely to start smoking tobacco cigarettes within the next year, compared with teens who didn’t vape in the 12th grade. The findings “contribute to the growing body of evidence supporting vaping as a ‘one-way bridge’ to cigarette smokingRead More
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One in four high school teens who have used e-cigarettes have also tried a potentially dangerous new vaping method called dripping- By Ryan W. Miller | February 6th, 2017 dropping e-cigarette liquid directly onto the hot coils of the device to produce thicker, more flavorful smoke — a new study found. “Dripping,” which differs from normal e-cigarette use that slowly releases the liquid from a wick onto a hot atomizer, may expose users to higher levels of nicotine and to harmful non-nicotine toxins, such as formaldehyde and acetaldehyde — known carcinogens. Sixty-four percent ofRead More